A Union soldier awakens in a southern battlefield. Is the war over?
A cinematic setting of selected Civil War poems from Walt Whitman's "Drum-Taps" in "Leaves in Grass." Premiered on the poet's 200th birthday of May 31, 2019 at the Walt Whitman 200 Festival in Washington, D.C.
Filmed and edited by H. Paul Moon | Zen Violence Films | zenviolence.com
Featuring Thomas J. Alleman
Readings by Eugene Thomas
Music by BLK w/BEAR: James S. Adams (loops + prepared vinyl), Douglas Poplin (cello + effects) & PD Sexton (guitar + electronics), courtesy of LCR Records & Hibernate Archives
In 4K-DCI with the poems in English subtitles
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